The Police Commission — the public body that sets most of the policies for the Los Angeles Police Department — is finally bringing its meetings into the community on Tuesday, September 19.
Some of the issues that the ACLU of Southern California is concerned about include the LAPD's:
- ongoing efforts to begin a drone program,
- flawed internal disciplinary process,
- refusal to release officers' body cam videos, and
- need for further improvements in its use-of-force policies.
The Police Commission can change these policies and many others. Show up — make your voice heard.
Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners
Open to the public
Tuesday, September 19, 6:30 p.m.
Edwin Markham Middle School Auditorium
1650 E. 104th St.
Los Angeles, CA 90002